Experience Stradbroke Island!

Beautiful Stradbroke Island Beaches

One of Australia's premier natural treasures and a perfect escape destination, conveniently located on Brisbane's doorstep.

One of the largest sand islands in the world, with kilometres or white sandy beaches fringing the island's eastern side. The calm waters of Moreton Bay lap against the shores of the Straddie island's Western fishing towns.

With an incredible diversity of experiences to offer and beautiful spots to explore, North Stradbroke (the most populated and developed Island) and South Stradbroke Island's are popular holiday destination for families, couples and adventure-seekers alike.

Stradbroke Island Activities

Unspoilt beaches and headlands are perfect for swimming, surfing and fishing year round. Whale Watch, dolphins, turtles and manta rays can often be spotted from the spectacular North Gorge at the northern tip of the island. The island has been listed as one of the world's most ecologically important wetlands and has several freshwater lakes, waterways and lagoons.

Welcome to Stradbroke Island!

The climate is subtropical, with sunshine almost all year round. Temperatures in coastal South- East Queensland range from an average of 20C in July to an average of 28C in February.

Your holiday on Stradbroke Island is sure to be a wonderful and unique experience you'll never forget. See QLD Australia at it's very best!

Stradbroke Island Accommodation

As Stradbroke Island has Two Islands, we have split this section into two: North Stradbroke Island Accommodation and South Stradbroke Island Accommodation.

Please select from the above Stradbroke Island accommodation pages for more information about resorts, holiday houses and apartments for holiday accomodation on Straddie.

Amity Point, North Stradbroke Island, Beautiful Golden Sunset Looking West Toward Brisbane QLD